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From Edward...@ita.org.mo
Subject Re: Hosts behind router - dyndns
Date Wed, 07 Aug 2002 03:16:11 GMT
Hello,

According to this E-mail :
1, Are you using Cisco 827 router ?
2, Are you enable the function of mapping with all of your private IP address (
Class C format ) ?
3, If you have done the question 1 and 2, the Internet User they are unable to
know your are using Class C IP address for your Server machine !

for example :
Server A use 192.168.200.1 (  real IP address is 209.123.111.2, you must map
192.168.200.1 <-> 209.123.111.2 ),
For outside, All of the user they ping to your server a machine is known :
209.123.111.2 ( because the function of mapping of your router auto direct
209.123.111.2 <-> 192.168.200.1 )

So, your private IP address ( 192.168.1.103 and 192.168.1.101 ) will not display
to the Internet uers...

Any problem ?

Edward.

Adam Lewis wrote:

> Sure (and thanks for the reply),
>
> I have several machines with private IP addresses.  I have 1 IP address on a
> cable internet connection.  I have setup a few domain names with dynamic dns
> (http://dyndns.org).  I have a router that does NAT for all the machines so
> that they can get out to the internet.  I have port 80 forwarded to
> 192.168.1.103 right now so if you point your browser to dtp.homelinux.org
> you will see what's on 192.168.1.103.  If you pointer your browser to
> euclid.homelinux.org you will see what's on 192.168.1.103.  I want to have
> dtp.homelinux.org goto 192.168.1.103:80 and euclid.homelinux.org goto
> 192.168.1.101:80
>
> Adam





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